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CONTINUED DISSATISFACTION IN GROUNDNUT AREAS Reaction to Mr Strachey ' s Visit

CONTINUED DISSATISFACTION IN GROUNDNUT AREAS Reaction to Mr Strachey ' s Visit

From COLIN REID " Daily Telegraph " and " The Scotsman " Correspondent Nairobi , Friday . —From all I have lqarncc in my tour of the groundnut areas it is ' cleai that the demand for , a full and impartia : inquiry into the way the scheme has . gone is as urgent as ever it was b
31 December 1949 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EWDINg I GAPTURE . BY ' € OMMUMSTS

EWDINg I GAPTURE . BY ' € OMMUMSTS

Preferring internment by French Colonial forces to capture by Chinese Communist troops , thousands of Chinese Nationalist soldiers "have marched across the border into Indo-China . A column of Nationalist troops proceeding to an internment camp .
31 December 1949 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
GAULEITER EXTRADITED TO PURCHASE-TAX TO BE PAID

GAULEITER EXTRADITED TO PURCHASE-TAX TO BE PAID

POLAND British Court ' s Decision , " Daily Telegraph " ana " The Scotsman " Correspondent HamburgFriday . —The British authorities have decided to extradite Erich Koch , former gauleiter of East Prussiato Poland . This was announced in the British Extradition Court in Hamburg t
31 December 1949 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PEOPLE'S POLICE STRENGTH Recruiting Brisk in Soviet Zone NOT YET OVER 55 . 000

PEOPLE'S POLICE STRENGTH Recruiting Brisk in Soviet Zone NOT YET OVER 55 . 000

"Daily Telegraph" and "The Scotsman * Correspondent BerlinFriday . —British official sources it Berlin to-day estimated that the strength of the militarised "" special groups" o £ thf Soviet Zone People ' s Police does not ye exceed 55 . 000 , though recruiting continue : briskl
31 December 1949 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
TRADE TALKS WITH ;; :- : ; GERMANYr ;;; : ; On a " Very Extensive " BRITISH INVITATION AUSTRIA TOO DUTCH FREE IMPORTS S . A . GOLD RESERVES TO BE REVALUED CEYLON'S FAVOURABLE BALANCE PORTUGUESE BUDGET NEW 1 , 500 , 000 DOLLAR FILM DEAL

TRADE TALKS WITH ;; :- : ; GERMANYr ;;; : ; On a " Very Extensive " BRITISH INVITATION AUSTRIA TOO DUTCH FREE IMPORTS S . A . GOLD RESERVES TO BE REVALUED CEYLON'S FAVOURABLE BALANCE PORTUGUESE BUDGET NEW 1 , 500 , 000 DOLLAR FILM DEAL

Scale ' Frankfurt , Friday . —Britain and Wesi Germany will begin " very extensive ' trade talks between January 11 and 17 , an official British spokesman told Reuter to-day .. . ' / " . .. If was not yet decided whether they would take place in London or Frankfurt , but & ¦ dec
31 December 1949 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CHINESE COMMUNISTS WANT

CHINESE COMMUNISTS WANT

GERMAN STEEL Dusseldosf . Friday . —The Chinese People ' s Government has placed an order for 100 . 000 tons of railway track with two Dusseidorf steel manufacturersbut a German spokesman said to-day that the order could not be fulfilled until Britain , the U . S . and France re
31 December 1949 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CARE OF WOUNDED IN MALAYA Mr ShinwelFs Reply to Criticisms

CARE OF WOUNDED IN MALAYA Mr ShinwelFs Reply to Criticisms

FROM A PARLIAMENT • ¦ : London , Friday Mr Emmanuel Shinwell , Minister o : War , referring- in an interview to-da ] to recent articles questioning th < adequacy of the British medical service ! for men wounded in the jungle fighting in Malaya , declared : — "This I h ' ave said
31 December 1949 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MORE MONEY MAY LEAVE U . K . Exchange Restrictions Relaxed WO SCOTLAND YARD MEN AFRICA AND B . B . C . NEWS

MORE MONEY MAY LEAVE U . K . Exchange Restrictions Relaxed WO SCOTLAND YARD MEN AFRICA AND B . B . C . NEWS

Emigrants from Britain to O . E . E . C countries except Belgium , Luxembourganc Switzerland will , from January 1 , 1950 . be allowed to take out up to £ 5000 of theii capital spread over four years instead oi £ 1000 as at present . That was one ' of a number of relaxations of
31 December 1949 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
NEW U . S . POLICY Chiang Only Remaining Instrument Available From NORA BELOFF , "The Scotsman" Special Correspondent WashingtonFriday . —Just as Britain i ; moving towards recognition of Communis Chinait is of the highest significance tha American policy is swerving in the opposite direction . Two vital decisions appear to have beer made within the last few weeks by President Truman himself , which may impose ; new strain on British-American co-operatior in the Far East . Firstit is understood he has decid

NEW U . S . POLICY Chiang Only Remaining Instrument Available From NORA BELOFF , "The Scotsman" Special Correspondent WashingtonFriday . —Just as Britain i ; moving towards recognition of Communis Chinait is of the highest significance tha American policy is swerving in the opposite direction . Two vital decisions appear to have beer made within the last few weeks by President Truman himself , which may impose ; new strain on British-American co-operatior in the Far East . Firstit is understood he has decid

ed against either de facto or de jure recognition of Communist China at least until after the Congressional elections next November . Recent speeches and articles by Republican leaders have apparently convinced his political strategists that recoRnition might otherwise become a m
31 December 1949 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EXPANSION OF INDUSTRIES Scottish Council ' s Work in 194849 A MAJOR PROGRAMME LO 1 DO 1 S CONCERT VFRICAN CONFERENCE

EXPANSION OF INDUSTRIES Scottish Council ' s Work in 194849 A MAJOR PROGRAMME LO 1 DO 1 S CONCERT VFRICAN CONFERENCE

The annual report for 1943-49 o £ thi Scottish Council ( Development and Industry records that in the year under review then has been initiated a major programme de signed to bring about the further growti in Scotland of a number of industries whicl will be of great and increasi
31 December 1949 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland